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May 3 2016

Fatigue Facts: How Jet Lag Can Cause Fatigue Risk

PulsarFatigue

Jetlag results when a traveler’s internal biological clock remains synchronized to their home time zone after traveling to a different time zone. Learn more about the circadian misalignment concept known as Jet Lag.

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May 3 2016

Fatigue Facts: How Working Long Hours Can Cause Fatigue Risk

PulsarFatigue

Working long hours or multiple consecutive days (without a day off) resulted in significant increases in injury hazard rate. This document summarizes the key fatigue risk concepts associated with long duty periods.

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May 3 2016

Fatigue Facts: How Certain Medical Conditions Can Cause Fatigue Risk

PulsarFatigue

There are several common sleep disorders that people may experience when suffering from a medical condition, such as insomnia, sleep apnea, and excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS). This document summarizes the key fatigue risk concepts as it relates to personal medical conditions.

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May 3 2016

Fatigue Facts: How Shift Work Can Cause Fatigue Risk

PulsarFatigue

The primary symptoms of shift work sleep disorder are insomnia and excessive sleepiness associated with working when our bodies want to sleep. This document summarizes the key fatigue risk concept associated with shift work; in particular, working night shift.

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May 3 2016

Fatigue Snapshot Info Sheet

Aviation

Summary document outlining the procedures used by Pulsar to facilitate an operational field study for a company.

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May 4 2016

Business Jet Access Adopts Fatigue Meter

AviationCase Studies, Partnership

Learn how James Cox and his team at Business Jet Access are using Fatigue Meter to manage fatigue risk.

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Dec 1 2012

Pulsar’s PVT measures astronaut’s behavioral alertness while on the ISS

PulsarCase Studies

For astronauts working aboard the International Space Station (ISS) in low-Earth orbit, getting adequate sleep is a challenge. That’s where the PVT comes into play. It informs astronauts when their performance drops below optimal ranges.

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Dec 5 2012

Pulsar Informatics supports hospital study of physician alertness management strategies

WorkforceCase Studies, Studies

Allowing a protected sleep period while on call resulted in an increase in overnight sleep duration and improved alertness the next morning.

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Nov 9 2015

Mitigating warfighter fatigue risk with the Fatigue Meter web service technology

PulsarCase Studies, Studies, Customers

Fatigue Meter is being integrated with submarine mission planning software to provide Navy mission planners with the capability to develop fatigue-optimized watchbills and mission plans and track fatigue real-time during missions.

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Apr 26 2016

Pulsar conducts a study on the fatigue impacts of work hour limitations for CMV drivers

TruckingCase Studies, Studies

We were selected to conduct the study with WSU. Our team provided software to collect vehicle driving and safety data and to assess driver’s alertness and work rest patterns.

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